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  • Mexico lawmaker likely killed by drug cartel: prosecutor

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican federal congressman Gabriel Gomez, the most high-profile politician murdered in recent years, was likely executed by a drug cartel, a state prosecutor said on Wednesday. Gomez was kidnapped with an aide in Mexico's...
  • Central America plan foresees infrastructure, energy projects: draft

    TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - A plan by Central American governments to boost economic growth in the region and cut illegal immigration to the United States foresees major spending on infrastructure and energy projects, a draft of the proposal showed on...
  • Exclusive: P&G, Hasbro in crosshairs of Mexico's taxman - sources

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The world's largest household product maker Procter & Gamble and No. 2 toymaker Hasbro are at the heart of a Mexican probe into tax avoidance that could cost the firms hundreds of millions of dollars in back-taxes between them,...
  • Fatal lightning strikes reap heavy toll in developing world

    VILLA PURIFICACION, Mexico It wasn't even sprinkling when a lightning bolt slammed into Herasmo Palafosa as he played dominoes, chatting with friends under a mango tree one moment, a lifeless heap the next. The bolt "was the first one that came down,"...
  • Mexico conservative party leader Madero stands down temporarily

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The leader of Mexico's biggest opposition party is stepping aside temporarily to seek a congressional seat next year at which time he could resume his post as party leader. Gustavo Madero, head of the center-right National...
  • All aboard the 'Corruptour' for a glimpse of Mexico's graft

    BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Visitors looking to explore the dark side of Mexico's northern industrial city of Monterrey board a striking blue bus, painted with the faces of local politicians alongside pigs and rats clutching bags of money....
  • Volatility likely in Mexico with rising U.S. rates: Carstens

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A gradual rise in interest rates in the United States is likely to generate some market volatility in Mexico, but the fundamentals of Latin America's no. 2 economy are sound, Mexican central bank governor Agustin Carstens was...
  • Screenwriter, stars see �Good Lie� as timely lesson in refugees' plight

    Those who made the new movie "The Good Lie," screenwriter Margaret Nagle's fictionalized account of what many Sudanese "Lost Boys" went through to get to America, figure there's a timeliness to its history. It's not just about 1980sEast Africa and America...
  • Nokia says not liable in Mexico damages ruling on former unit

    Nokia says not liable in Mexico damages ruling on former unit
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Finland's Nokia said on Monday the liabilities of its former unit Nokia Mexico S.A. de C.V. were now held by Microsoft Corp, responding to a Mexican court ruling that Nokia Mexico would have to pay damages for faulty equipment....
  • 22 Mexican police officers held in killings

    22 Mexican police officers held in killings
    Authorities said Monday that they had arrested 22 police agents in the weekend killings of six students and others in the troubled state of Guerrero, one of several incidents that also left 25 people injured and more than 50 presumed missing. It is...
  • Mexico transforms into border enforcer

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Wednesday, Sept. 24: Mexico faces a thankless task as it grapples with competing immigration pressures to the north and south. Central American migrants surged northward by the tens of...